Weekend Listings: Oct 13 & 14

New York Loves Kids - Top 10 Weekend Picks

Saturday October 13
Halloween at the Ascarium @ New York Aquarium
Tech Jam @ National Opera Center
Family Art Project – Buildings on the Land @ Wave Hill
Tinkerbell Theatre @ The West End Theatre
Discovering Iceland through Art and Story @ Scandinavia House

Sunday October 14
New York Comic Con (NYCC) Kids @ Javits Center
Tropical Butterflies Alive in Winter @ AMNH
Illustrated Animal Books @ The Jewish Museum
How Do They Do That? @ The Metropolitan
The Dr Blood Show @ Times Scare

Source: 2012 http://newyorkloveskids.com

Saturday, Oct 13

Fall Kids Fest
Join us for festive performances, crafting, a costume parade and a pumpkin patch in Madison Square Park.

Fun and Fit in the City
Learn to cook healthy meals with Guy Fieri and other celebrity chefs at Basketball City on Pier 36.
$22, children under 3 free | READ MORE

Fall Family Day: Amazing Animal Adventure
Explore the animal kingdom through storytelling, dance and collaborative sculpture at the Rubin Museum.

Undertones: An All Ages Music Series
Catch kid-friendly performances by under-21 musical talent like Supercute! in the new Living Room series.

Family Day with the Green Light District
Make sun prints and put your green thumb to work in Williamsburg's Espiritu Tierra Community Garden.

Sunday, Oct 14

Harmony on the Hudson
Check out a Bread & Puppet show and double-Dutch jump roping in Robert F. Wagner Park.

Harvest Fest and Pumpkin Patch
Peruse the Queens Botanical Garden's pumpkin patch, go for a nature walk and make origami gourds.
Free with garden admission | READ MORE

Jackie and Me 
Travel back in time to the segregated 1947 Dodgers clubhouse in the Atlantic Theatre Company production.
$20, children under 13 $10 | READ MORE

Hip Tot Music Fest
Groove to the quirky tunes of the Deedle Deedle Dees and Dog on Fleas at Littlefield. 
$12, children under 13 $8 | READ MORE

Riverdale Festival of the Arts
Create your own mini masterpieces, meet local artists and take in performances at the Bronx street fair.

SOURCE: 2012 http://timeoutkids.com